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|Across the Tracks|
|Directed by||Sandy Tung|
|Produced by||Francesca Bill|
Robert A. Schacht
|Written by||Sandy Tung|
|Starring|| Rick Schroder |
David Anthony Marshall
|Music by||Joel Goldsmith|
|Edited by||Farrel Levy|
Across the Tracks is a 1991 American drama film about track and field directed and written by Sandy Tung. It stars Rick Schroder, Brad Pitt, Carrie Snodgress, and David Anthony Marshall.
William Bradley Pitt is an American actor and film producer. He has received multiple awards, including two Golden Globe Awards and an Academy Award for his acting, in addition to another Academy Award, another Golden Globe Award and a Primetime Emmy Award as producer under his production company, Plan B Entertainment.
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The Great Falls Voyagers are a Minor League Baseball team based in Great Falls, Montana. The team has played continuously in the Pioneer League since 1969, and previously played in the league from 1948 to 1963. The Voyagers have been the Advanced Rookie affiliate of the Chicago White Sox since 2003. Previously, the team was affiliated with the Los Angeles Dodgers (1984–2002), San Francisco Giants (1969–1983), and Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers (1952–1963). The team was not affiliated with any Major League Baseball team from 1964 to 1968. The Voyagers play their home games at Centene Stadium.
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Plan B Entertainment, Inc., more commonly known as Plan B, is an American production company founded in November in 2001 by Brad Grey, Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston. In 2005, after Pitt and Aniston divorced, Grey became the CEO of Paramount Pictures and Pitt became the sole owner of the company. The president of the company was for many years Dede Gardner, but she and Pitt named Jeremy Kleiner co-president with Gardner in 2013. Three of the production company's movies, The Departed, 12 Years a Slave and Moonlight, have won the Academy Award for Best Picture.
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